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Saturday, December 22, 2001
SQP FOR APRIL
Following are April solicitations from SQP, with information coming from the company.
Dorian Cleavenger has been one of the most talented and prolific illustrators of the impossible in the world today. His blending of real and unreal is both flawless in detail and breathtaking in execution. This stunning German import of his work (all in English) is loaded with over 100 examples of Dorian's work, metiticulously reproduced in this oversized softcover edition. Also featured is a fascinating and informative step-by-step progression of an original painting.
A pantheon of powerful female warriors, as illustrated by an international collection of artists. Art by Michael Bair, Glenn Barr, Jim Callahan, Jose Casanovas, DeMiguel, Jackson Guice, J.L. Marin, Esteban Maroto, Kevin Rasel, Sanjulian, Jeff Watts and many others. Cover art by Blas Gallego.
These are barbaric babes, sword in hand and ready to lay waste to anyone that gets in their way. See the most savage women in history, as illustrated by such luminaries as Ernie Colon, Blas Gallego, Flint Henry, Ovi Hondru, Joe Jusko, Mark Pacella, Kevin Rasel, and Bob Rhett. Cover artwork by Dark One.
One of Europe's better-known and much-in-demand fantasy greats, Brocal's brand of barbarian non-stop action has graced the cover of many a paperback and magazine. His ability to imbue his work with all the power and terror of a true berserker in mid-killcraze is something that has to be seen to be believed. If you like your savage barbarians feral and your amazon beauties breath-taking, then the artwork of Brocal will fill your needs quite nicely. Contains cover-to-cover carnage, with brain-splitting scenes of swords, sorcery and sinister mayhem.
For over 20 years, the team of Steve Fastner and Rich Larson have created some of the most imaginative and fantastic images in the realm of fantasy art. Their unique style and formidable arsenal of airbrush techniques have made them two of the most sought-after artists working today. From rough pencil sketches up to the final finished art, you'll see how fantasy becomes reality.
Greg Loudon is a commercial artist with a dark compulsion. His day job has him working for Fortune 500 companies, but his true passion is pin-up art. Fabulous babes and blood sucking female vampires are more his speed. Creating full color paintings for Marvel, White Wolf, and Wizards of the Coast were just the beginning of his slide to the bizarre. In this all-new collection of material, Mr. Loudon really lets go, showing off his fevered imagination and staggering ability to render females of every description.
Werewolves and Vampires are just the tip of this macabre menagerie. Women meld with all forms of the animal kingdom, each exuding their own dangerous charms. Darkebrood features the illustrative talents of Blas Gallego, Tomas Giorello, Esteban Maroto, Maren, Maraschi, Mitch Byrd, Sanjulian, Roca and many more. Cover art by DeMiguel.
Spanning the spectrum of fantasy illustration, Roel Wielinga can create images of dark magic, or gleaming visions of a cybernetic future. A long-time contributor to the Sirius line of comics, Roel's finally assembled an all-new collection of his finest work. Devil's Forge features Roel's unique point of view, including his glorious female creations and mystical new worlds of wonder.
Cave girls and the dinosaurs who love them. Featuring prehistoric portraits by: Joe Chiodo, Blas Gallego, Mitch Byrd, Tomas Giorello, Fred Fields, Esteban Maroto, Arantza, Rich Larson, Tom Grindberg, DeMiguel, Roca, and many others. Cover art by Joe Chiodo.
This second volume starts off with a blistering cover painting by none other than super-hot artist Joseph Linsner. Inside the book, Dragons of every size and demeanor, teamed with some of the beautiful warrior maidens ever to strap on a breastplate! This all-new collection contains art by Rich Larson, Pedro Cuevas, Pelaez, Daniel Pascarelli, Blas Gallego, Sanjulian, Tomas Giorello and many others.
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